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the old brewery area in Toronto, just like the 798 Art District in Beijing. There are modern and classical collisions here, and it is also the place where locals like to gather.
This is a romantic art district that combines shoppers, art galleries and restaurants. Even local kids like to come here on weekends. The
is the best representative of a new and old fusion, it completely retains the Victorian industrial complex and the brewing equipment of the time. There are also galleries, exhibition halls, cafes and bars that are everywhere. When you come here, it's better to have a cup of coffee or a beer, and have a leisurely day with friends and talk about the past.
So where is the one spot in Toronto with the most Christmas spirit? The answer is the Christmas Market! Toronto’s Distillery district hosts a lively Christmas Market. The entire area is like a small town, offering a different experience.
But at the mention of markets you might easily think of those flea markets we see in China, with all kinds of small products and street stalls, like the Chinese New Year sale markets. This is nothing like that. You won’t be seeing a dazzling array of products. Instead, what will greet you is a massive gathering infused with the Christmas spirit and joy. People come here in search of joy, a bit like temple fairs in China.
Like previous years, this festive street market well beloved by Torontonians is still to be found at the colorful Distillery Market. Apart from the large-scale Christmas lighting, you can get a feel of a European style festive market spirit, definitely a romantic experience. This also sees the biggest Christmas shopping activity, with every kind of locally made handicrafts [on sale].
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